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Prairie Corridor Summer Seminar - Shared screen with speaker view
Jacob Harvey
01:17:13
Yeah, we’ve discussed the Prairie Strips project in class!
Abigail Borgmeier
01:17:24
I have heard of this program as well
Katharine Hogan
01:17:27
I've heard of the Prairie Strips project
David Wedin
01:17:29
one of our faculty Andy Little has been involved with some of the prairie strip meetings
rachel.simpson
01:36:53
Thank you! Two questions: 1) Do you have a sense of much how much sharing of information and ideas there is between roadside managers in Iowa with those in Nebraska at the county level. I’m curious if many Nebraska county roadside managers are aware of all that is going on next door and the possibilities. 2) Do you think the Living Roadway Trust Fund is essential for making things work in Iowa (i.e. do you think NE counties could potentially adopt practices like this without a dedicated source of funding from the state?)
rachel.simpson
01:37:08
no audio sorry!
Yi Qi
01:38:16
Can you elaborate the needed research, monitoring or evaluation in the USDA CRP? Thanks.
Gerry Steinauer
01:41:30
What is your general seeding rate in total pls/acre of grass and forb seed?
Jason.Thiele
01:52:26
You mentioned earlier that woody succession is a big problem with prairie reconstructions in your region. Has anyone found a good strategy for addressing this issue that maintains the investment of the high-diversity plantings?
Cathy Prettyman
01:53:20
can you give us the link for the course
Ema Muslic
01:54:21
Do you recommend any literature related to the topic or any in general that you would recommend to students of natural resources?
Jacob Harvey
02:01:10
Isn’t CRP enrollment declining?
Jacob Harvey
02:06:46
I have to duck out. Thank you, Laura. This was a very good talk and I love hearing about projects going on in other states. Oftentimes, we get focused on NE only!
Ema Muslic
02:08:01
thank you!
Rae
02:08:20
Look at that Baptisia!
Cathy Prettyman
02:09:51
thanks all, this was great!
Phuong Minh Tu Le
02:11:06
Thank you very much!